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"i was a disrupter in tallahassee, and i will be a disrupter in washington " will iowa voters take jeb bush's message to heart? more on his stop in sioux city. " " a lot of money is being spent to sway your vote. but are the political ads really working? and, a unique discovery at a grocery store... makes this lobster the catch of the day! "he's unlike any other lobster out there" jenna: good evening and thank you for joining us tonigh, im jenna rehnstrom. iowans are used to seeing presidential candidates come and go through their hometowns. this election cycle, with a crowded g-o-p field... some republicans are putting less of a stake in iowa. jeb bush hasn't come to town as much as some of his rivals... but
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today in sioux city, he says he's still in it to win it. bria bell has more. bria: that's right jenna, today was jeb bush's second time in sioux city for a campaign event and the former florida governor sayse will be a leader that the country needs during what he says will be the greatest time to be alive in america. [jeb bush enters the room, crowd gives standing ovation and cheers] jeb bush made his second stop in sioux city during his run for presidency. the former governor of florida has made great strides in new hampshire, but has visited northwest iowa less frequently than other candidates. during his event on friday, bush discussed how he plans to become a leader that america needs by reforming the military. "the next president needs to rebuild it's intelligence cabality of this country to keep us safe, and the next president should not be divider in chief, or an agitator in chief, or an insulter in chief, he better be a commander in chief," said bush. he then went on to say that america is only great when everyone can financially support themselves. because if not, those who look for government assistance only stalls other issues the country faces. "we need to restore our economic growth and make sure that people have income in their pockets again for them to make decisions about what their futre looks like. because if not, their dependency on government will overwhelm everything else," said bush. bush was confident in his experience
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success to the oval office if elected. "i know how to do it, because i was a succesful governor that transformed my state...i was a disrupter in tallehesse and i want to be a disrupter in washington to make things better," said bush. with caucus being just days away, attorney and adjuc professor kyle irvin doesn't think bush's decision to focus more on new hampshire will hurt his shot of being on the ballot. "iowa doesn't pan out real well for him, but i don' think that that means it's over for him because he's ing well in new hampshire," said irvin. some supporters would agree "i don't think you can trust the polls because the people that answer polls are not neccesarily going to caucus ," said paulsrud. while others aren't so sure "i wish he would've come here a little bit more, i don't think he's been to iowa in general a whole lot and i think it's showing in the polls ," said suhr. bria: jeb's visit in iowa won't last long enough to witness caucus as
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witness caucus as that he'll be on his hampshire to hold a town hall meeting. studio, bria bell abc 9 news. jenna: thanks, bria. caucus preparations are already well underway jenna: in des moines. the capital square in downtown des moines has been transformed into the caucus center with media from all over the world. are tim seaman is working from there through caucus monday. " " tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live tim as live
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them... but do they really do their job... or are voters just sick of them. dan corey brings us more from des moines. at almost any barber shop in america..."give me like a straight down. and like leave this."..you're bound to hear about peoples problems nats and daniel bradshaw, has heard just about every one. "you heard about that dude that threw the tomato." the talk these days..typically turns to politcs. "because we never actually handled the problem we just pushed it under the rug." " dan corey, woi reporter, "as caucus night quickly approaches, almost everywhere you go, you're bombarded by politcal ads. platinum kutz in des moines is no different and workers say they can't wait for monday to be over with." "i get tired of seeing all these ads. it can be going to the airport, i can be in the bathroom and a sticker would pop up saying vote for hillary." television, radio, internet, and yard signs. you can't escape it. "they're driving me crazy. i want to know how much money they're actually spending on it." although bradshaw himself has questions, nats, he always leaves his customer with wise words. "that money can be provided in a lot of other places but i'm getting tired of seeing ads here, seeing ads there." "we'll figure it out. we're america." jenna:
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pay gap between men and women in iowa. lawmakers held a press conference today at the capitol in des moines about the issue. they're trying to show the pay discrimination within the work place, and work to change that. right now, women in iowa makes 77 cents for every dollar a man makes in the same or similar position. "equal pay would mean that poverty rate for working women would be cut in half which means more than 23,000 iowa families would be poverty. " the issue of equal pay for equal on the caucus campaign trail as well, with iowans asking nearly every presidential the topic over the last several
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jenna: there's a one-in- 10-million special discovery at a des moines hy-vee that's gaining some attention. his name is "r.c." and he's an orange lobster. earlier this week at hy-vee's distribution center, seafood inspectors stumbled upon the rare lobster, who came from the cape cod area. the lobster is named "r-c" after its responsible choice seafood program. "typically those lobsters never leave the coast. they are either spread out along the coast or, if you think about it, consumed by predators. rc, being an orange color, hes unlike any other lobster out there. he doesn't have that camofage to protect him in the ocean so you have to think, being a 12 to 13 years old, he survived all odds out in the ocean. to actually have that lobster recieved here at pdi is an exceptional feat for him. " the grocery store chain is currently exploring options for a more permanent home for r-c, and they're looking for a place where
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public. jenna: some important members of the norfolk police force are a step closer to being better protected serving the community. specialists came in to fit the k-9 officers for bullet proof vests today. it's due in part to a donation from c- n-n anchor anderson cooper -- and money raised by the local "spike's k-9 fund." it hits home for the department, because they lost a k-9, krijger, earlier this month after a suspect shot him. the dog didn't have any protection and may have survived if he'd had a vest. jenna: still to come... sunday morning mix... and we're eyeing tuesday's storm... details next. " " jenna:
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70 percent of the uss sioux city. tomorrow the littoral combat ship will hit the water for the first time. steve dent took a tour of the navy's new weapon. tugs breaking up the ice in preparation for the launch of the uss sioux city. "it's very unique the way marinette marine does it most ships either are launched off the bow or the stern ." lockheed martin contracted marinette marine to build the littoral combat ship and soon commander lieberman will be the executive officer. " it is an absolutely a once in a lifetime experience." the us navy is going to take us on a tour of the sioux city so let's go first we have to climb 67 stairs. "what you are standing on is the flight deck." the littoral combat ship is designed for
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and only requires a crew of sailors. "so that makes this unique amonst all the other ships." it also travels at 40 knots. "they are one of the fastest ships in the fleet flexibility cutting edge technology that the navy is buying here ....." there have been problems the previous two ships in the lcs series the uss milwaukee and fort worth have broken down because of gear problems. "as with any new product you are going to have some issues but fincanteri marinette marine we are working through and we are going to prove to this country that lcs is the best ship in the fleet." jenna: the navy believes the lcs series will eventually make up 30 percent of their fleet. that is good news for marinette marine as each ships price tag comes in around 360-million dollars.
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2 line super: fred hexom fhexom@kcautv.c om gorgeous today.. still nice on the sky cam! 44 our high today.. a warm morning at 27. temperatures in the upper 30s.winds aren't tpp breezy and shifting... we'll see the last bit of a nw wind tonight before we kick is southerly again tomorrow. partly cloudy and nice tonight.. a few clouds and mild morning in the upper 20s. system passing us to the north, just some clouds in our area. stormcast has a few clouds tonight, and nice. tomorrow a south wind kicks in and we'll be warm again... in the mid 40s. more clouds though ahead of a disturbance that will bring us a wintry mix. stormcast i think is a little fast, i think we'll see more of it after midnight.. rain/snow and not accumulating too much with above freezing temperatures. again.. too fast, i think we'll see some of it linger into sunday morning. then clouds
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tuesday. it looks likely that we'll see snow, and even more likely that we'll see blustery winds. but the storm could take one of two tracks, more northwesterly through sioux city and we'll get more snow if that happens...or southeasterly and we'll get less snow, areas like omaha and des moines could get more. we are working on pinning this down, once we know this.,.. we can draw you guys snowfall totals. timing tuesday morning through wednesday morning... caucus night should be for the most part ok, looking at an after midnight start. high winds a threat.. blowing snow. tonight. 26 nice night, few clouds and mild. tomorrow, 45, warmth continues with stubborn clouds. 7-day has am mix on sunday.. caucus day is looking good. snow likely tuesday, blustery winds stay through wednesday. looking forward to the warmth
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still to come after the break - we check out action from two western valley conference quarterfinal games....stay tuned for that tim plus.....we head back into town to check out three metro matchups.....alex has the highlights
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sportszone.....i'm alex walker.....chris palmquist has the night off.....its his birthday.... we have a great set of games tonight and we start in sergeant bluff for a battle between two red-hot teams... sioux city east on the road at sb- l.....both teams riding four-game winning streaks. opening quarter.....connor murrrrel.....for three! yes sir! east takes the early 5-0 lead..... on the other end......jackson wright collects the miss off the dribble drive and gets the deuce.....warriors crack the scoreboard.... but murrel heats up in a hurry....dials up from three point land and connects! 8-2 black raiders.... then its murrell inside.......so strong to elevate and hit..........he finished with a game-high 27 points..... east roared out to a 19-5 lead after the first quarter......van rees with the putback after the offensive board..... would settle second....jacob shultz...acrobatic finish..sbl led by
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won the game 59- 51. elsewhere in the m-rac......bishop heelan hosting north at the pit....the crusaders looking for the season sweep.... late fourth quarter....north down big.....but rashan davis wont quit....he buries the deep three..stars down 64-47. and heelan was sharing the ball...perimeter passing leads to this three by jack beaver.....heelan up 19 points..... out in transition.....bryc e reynolds keeps that lead intact....he fights amongst the trees for two..... all crusaders tonight....elijah hazecamp hits the floater in the lane...he finished with 25 points and ten boards...heelan wins 75-48. across the river.....south sioux city taking on mount michael benedictine.....the lady cards getting in the spirit! early third quarter......tanner christensen receives the great feed and goes off glass....south sioux down four..... then its christensen to reuben snake for the pretty bucket.......cardina ls count the knight lead to 23- 19...... talk about instant offense......its snake again for the
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defenders.........lea d down to two...... and he singlehandedly retakes the lead for south sioux......no hand in his face....snake makes them play.....three ball is good....but the cards drop a close one 44-41. up 1-29 in sioux falls.......top- ranked dakota valley squaring off with number two sioux falls christian.....great pre-game celebration... the panthers start us out. tyler johnson with some nifty moves to free up the runner. it bounces around and in. all tied up at two. here come the chargers. austin schreur fighting through the lane. he get the bucket and the foul. still tied after the free throw. then more johnson for dakota valley....the runner falls.....but this one was all chargers.... sioux falls christian made it look easy. chad barkema with the turnaround j! dv suffers its first loss of the season .73-28 the final. alex after losing seven straight games in the middle of the season, woodbury central has turned it around..... the wildcat boys have won three of their last four...with their lone loss in that span coming to a ranked ridge view team... w-c back in action tonight...hosting siouxland cc in the western valley conference quarterfinals. first
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s up five....until an offensive rebound and pass out to tyler walker.....he connects with the three....woodbury central up eight..... next trip down....its walker again from the corner.and how he made it with the bank is pretty impressive.....he would score a game high 24. moving to the second quaryer.....wildcat s up 17....but siouxland cc's devin hagstrom knocks down the contested three pointer to cut into that lead... but the cats respond immediately.....kurt countryman muscles his way in for the lay- up.......woodbury central advances to the smis....95-70 the final. down the road......lawton- bronson playing host to westwood in w- v-c quarterfinal action.... first quarter...rebels up 2, but l-b's keesten hanks hits nothing but net on a long triple to give the eagles the lead... later l-b up 3....but zach allen leads the break....gives it off to anthony mcollough who takes it in for the bucket......westwo od within one... to the second...rebs down six.....drew brekke recovers the loose ball...spin and the lay-in for two of his 23 points...westwood
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back as cody ricks drives in and gets the running hook to go....this was a battle down the stretch....but the eagles win it at the free throw line...48-47 the final. to the mats....second- ranked iowa facing off with to the mats....second- ranked iowa facing off with number 17 minnesota in iowa city.... 125,....second- ranked thomas gillman....17-0 this season....make that 18-0....he pins sylar petry...iowa takes the 6-0 lead..... up to 133.....third- ranked cory clark keeps the pin train rolling for the hawkeyes......so powerful.....down goes sam brancale...12-0 iowa... 141.....the gophers strike back.....seventh- ranked tommy thorn with the hip separation........and the takedown.....he wins a 6-4 decision...... moving up to 149....second- ranked branden sorenson of iowa.......notches the takedown of jake short........iowa impressive again.....they win eight of the ten matches to stay undefeated....34-6 the final.
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hockey.....the musketeers start their three-game weekend with a 3-2 win in dubuque..... mitch fossier....teemu pulkinnen...and.bri an regali....the goal scorers for sioux city.... the musketeers visit des moines tomorrow night before returning home on sunday to host waterloo.....puck drop for that one is set for 3:00. tonight. 26 nice night, few clouds
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caucus day is looking good. snow likely tuesday, blustery winds stay
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and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live." >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight --
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